Cleveland High School Announces 8th Annual Alumni Hall Of Fame Inductees

Friday, May 22, 2020

Cleveland High School announces the inductees to the 8th Annual Alumni Hall of Fame:

Mike Ownbey, Class of 1969, president, Morgan Olson;

Major Steve Campbell, Class of 1970, CEO/founder, Southeastern Funding Group;

Wanda Dent, Class of 1971, retired educator, Cleveland City Schools;

Becky Guthrie, Class of 1977, school counselor, Cleveland City Schools;

Robert Bradney, Class of 1982, realtor/general manager, Bender Realty;

Scott Starr, Class of 1992, lieutenant colonel, United States Army;

Emily Elizabeth Evans, Class of 2000, vice president/Strategic Initiatives, Country Music Awards; and

Hilary Reid, Class of 2004, educator, Cleveland City Schools.

Officials said, "It is the mission of the Alumni Hall of Fame to recognize graduates of Cleveland High School who have high levels of achievement in their field of endeavor and who make significant contributions to that field. These honored alumni are people who exemplify the tradition of excellence fostered at Cleveland High School."

Criteria considered includes: 

o Cleveland High School Graduate (alumnus of at least 10 years)

o Outstanding Achievement

o Community Impact

o Life for Service

o Heart of a Raider 

The community is invited to a ceremony recognizing their accomplishments on Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. in the Raider Arena. 
 
For more information, contact Autumn O’Bryan at 423-478-1113 or aobryan@clevelandschools.org. 


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